Monday July 6 A fine pleasant day too wet to farm in the AM the boys mowed weeds around raspberries Cleared out stables picked up blox & stone around hay barn I made 2 trips to Wellman after my painter Brackway from Riverside he failed to come both times but in the PM I got his ladders & brought them home I got rod fixed for vane & took back hinges & shingle nails & got some smaller hinges boys plowed corn at other place PM
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